When planning to plant vegetables and fruits make sure your seeds best condition environment for growing. So plan your garden before anything else. Consider the space and types of vegetables you are planning to plant in your garden. Small space is suitable for vegetables and fruits like onions, potatoes, garlic, shallots, leeks, tomatoes and green peppers. As they don’t require much room for roots and tend to have few diseases and few insect. Others like beans, pumpkins, peas, squash, and watermelons will need more feet’s to spread out. Avoid planting in rows and patterns; alternatively, you could spread the plants in a triangle. For plants to reach their full size please avoid planting them too tightly. Loosen the soil with a hoe, rake or a garden shovel and ass some organic fertilizer. Begin you’re planting and chose the different depth of soil for a specific type of plants. Smallest seeds are always planted just below the surface. If you’re planning to plant vegetable transplant alleviate some compost on each hole to provide transplant with a boost throughout the year.
To keep the weeds down keep the vegetable away from getting dirty by disseminating 1”- 2” layer of mulch on each plantation. The fertilizer needs to desegregate and stabilize into your garden soil. Onions are harvested when the tops have fallen over and soil dried out completely. Over watering is a high risk than less watering. To repel insects it’s recommendable to plant garlic, chives, chrysanthemums, and onions. Water your garden early in the morning to help avoid fungal diseases, conserve moisture loss and Powderly mildew. Vegetables like parsnips, carrots, kales, Brussels sprouts, and cabbages become better after their first frost. A healthy garden is that which has good tilth soil with the population of the common organism, earthworms, and microbes. To have the greatest harvest of your vegetables, always remember to keep your garden soil moist and weed-free.